KENANSVILLE, NOSTIl CAROLINA
T II E DUPLIN TIMES
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Lesson foe March 5, 19M
Having this day qualilied as exe
I:. cutor of the estate of Gay Padgett,
deceased. late of Duplin County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
...all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to tlio
'undersigned, duly verified, on or
before one year wroiu last publica
tion date of this notice or this no
tice will be piead in bar of thtii
recovery. All persons indebted li
said estate will please make imme
This the 20th day of September,
George W. Lloyd, Executor
Gay Padgett estate.
H. T. Ray, Attorney
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NO REPRESENTATIVES MAKE NO CALLS OUT
THERE IS NO RULE In the Bible
forbidding Christians to have
common sense. You are not sup
posed to lay aside your mind when
you become a Christian.
This hat had many illustrations:
let us take Ephesus for one. Put
yourself, in imagination, back to
the first Christian
century. Ask your
self: Where can
we start a church
I where it will do
the most good?
Where can we put
a church jthat will
spread o u t, one
that is . sure to
churches? Where Dr- Foreman
can we reach people of in
fluence? Where can we locate, a
church where it is certain to be
As your eye ranged over a map
of the Empire, you would have
lighted on Ephesus as the very
place. It was a true capital, not a
merely political one.
IT was a master-stroke, selecting
Ephesus as a base of operations.
It made possible the rapid spread
of the Christian faith into the prov
ince of Asia. The decision to plant
a .church there had been matched
by other strategic decisions in
Christian history since then. One
of these was founding the church
in Rome. That was an even greater
city and capital than Ephesus, and
it has lasted much longer.
If the Christian church had
been content to be provincial,
an right for the smaller towns
but afraid to tackle the big
ones, if the early church had
feared to seat itself in Rome,
the whole history of Europe
would have been different.
When the Roman Empire crumb
led, as in time it did, the church
rose on its ruins and took its place
as the great civilizer of Europe,
the strong force that kept a con
tinent from decay for nearly
FROM THE DAYS of the early
Roman church there comes a
well-known story which may be
true. In the slave market at Rome
the Pope saw some handsome
small boys, whiter than the aver
age Roman, for sale. Who are you?
he asked. "Angli," they said Ang
les, from far-off marshes along
the North Sea. No, smiled the
Pope, who was a bit of a punster,
you are too good looking for that;
"Non Angli sed Angell," not Angles
Anyway, the church did send
some missionaries to far-away
Anglia and elsewhere in Northern
Europe. It turned out to be another
strategic base of operations. Even
tually France and Germany and
England and the other countries in
that part of the world were eon
verted to Christianity. The time
came when those very nations took
the lead in moving into the rest of
the world, into the western hemi
sphere, "dowp under" to Aus
tralia, even into Africa. Where
they went, they "carried their relig
ion with them.
Suppose the church had not
thought our ancestors worth
converting? Suppose all the
colonizing movements of the
16th and following centuries
bad been waves of sheer pa
gans? It is not mere racial pride to say
that the sending of missionaries to
those savage peoples of northern
Europe was one of the most stra
tegic moves ever made by the
THE CHURCH has not always
been smart Sometimes we
have missed the boat. There have
been strategic centers we might
have occupied and did not.'
There was a time, for Instance,
when Russia, that mighty nation,
was open to Christian teaching.
Many who knew that country were
saying about 1918 that it was pos
sible to capture that land for
Christ. But the Christian i church
was little Interested ... and now
whatever Christianity is there has
to stay underground.
Farther east, our own Gen
eral MacArthur has beea call
ing for missionaries to Japan,
thousand of them. Japan . Is .
wide open to Gospel today as
never before. Bat where are ...
: the missionaries? Gelng ever .
In drlbleti. (:y VS. 'A .
Whenever Christianity baa seen
a strategic jxjlnt and taken it, fu
ture generation have been blessed;
whenever we mis our chance, fu
ture generations will wonder how
wo could have been so blind. . j- -
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of Religious Education on behalf of 40
Piote.tant denomination; ' Released bar
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OFFICE OF "
REGISTER OF DEEDS
Last month (January) wa by ar
the largest month's work In the
history of this office.
And yet, with steady and efficient-
workers and no additional
help, all of the work 1 nearer up
to date than usual for this time of
the year. '." '.v
f Our AIM Is to serve you as
promptly and efficiently as poss
ible, and we sincerely appreciate
your co-operation and good will.
A. T. Outlaw,
Register of Deeds
Lila Davla Wells,
Fees collected for mo. of January,
$1,414.50, an all-tune record.
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Of THROAT IRRITATION
3 Duplin Road
A Duplin County project is
among those being advertised by
the State Highway and Public
Works Commission for private con
tract letting early in March. The
project is part of the Commission's
$200,000,000 secondary road pro
gram. Bids will be received until
A combined project with Samp
son County calls for hard-surfacing
26.4 miles of country roads. Those
in Duplin are: Beautancus to Sum
merlin; Red Hill via Scott's Store
to a point 1.2 miles north of Scott's
Store; . and from a point 0.8 miles
west of NC 11 near Kornegay via
Scott's Store to Kenansville-Mt.
Specifications were also adver
tised 61 other highway projects
throughout the state in the largest
letting ever held by the highway
commission. Commissioners at their
monthly meeting on March 7 will
review low bids after which con
tracts will '-' awarded. .
Jurors Drawn For
recruiting substations or see your
Navy Recruiting unicer. no win
be at the Post Office In Wallace
each Monday and Tuesday.
"To market, to market, to Ivy t
fat pig". Good advice there in that
old nursery rhyme, for pout is out
of the beat meat buys lUue da., j.
Because pork cojk-iy .,ne:
sharply from most o;! r
Nancy Holmes of the Best foods
-consumer kitchens, stiggestn r:iat
you bone up on some of its impi 1 1
ant points. For example, cook th; :
cuts of pork at least 30 minutes pu
pound, making certain that It h'u
lost all of Its pinkish color before
serving. A low oven temperatuie is
preferred for a minimum c( shrink
age. And remember that economical
cut Of pork can be prepared tc
make many a tasty dish. This Cran
berry Stuffed Pork Roast is one)
Cranberry Stuffed Pork Roast
S to 7 pounds
i cup cranberries,
H loaf day-old
4 teaspoon salt
M teaspoon sag
Dash of nutmeg;
1 small apple.
peeled ana diced
K cup vltamlnizec
Rub meat inside and out with sail
and pepper. Mix cranberries and
sugar and let stand. Combine bread
cubes with rest of Ingredient. Add
cranberries. Fill pocket of pork with
stuffing. Sew or lace pocket together
with string. Roast In a medium even
(350F.) allowing 40 minutes to a
pound. Garnish with glased apples
Ailed' with- candled cranberries.
Serves 8 to 10.
Uncle Sam Says ,
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' Veterans, Be Wise! gome of yoa
have already .received a National
Service Life Insaraaee dividend
which should be the means f stork
tag , aound financial future. The
mart veteran, ta addition to aalng
some of that money for essential,
will put the balanee to work for aim
by mvectlng it to V. B. etovtnr
Bond. ! Every dividend dollar e4
aid u Saving Bend I a working
dollar, busy earning extra .
Ihea, after that Initial tttve .mmni.
sdgn ap where yea work for t
enase of eavinga vanx r ,
imchpv4r. IA St.. jil
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Ths fniinwins Dersons were set
ected to serve as. jurors during the
March term of County Court:
, J. A. Bartlett,- J. E. McNellis, D
M. Lanier. Warren Brown, Johnnie
C Watkins, C, B. Alderman, Afton
Pierce .A. L. Hunt. Thomas B.
Brown. L. H. Southerland, Alton V.
Wells, Lonnie Duff, Jacob Baker,
J. R. Mercer, J. H. Turner, L. F.
Brown, W. B. Jones, L. T. How
ard, James Ray Thomas, Alvtn
York Lanier, Jasper Thomas, J. J.
Blanton, Henry Kissner, W. B.
Dunn, and V. G. Bryan.
Perry Exum Sholar, S. H. Mallard,
H. L. Register, W. A. Guy. Sam
Bass, E. C. Brewer, J. R. Waters,
J. L. Craft, James Wood, D. D.
English, Finnie Grady, Sidney
James Kennedy, Clyde E. Fountain,
L. R. Home, Archie Henderson, W.
S. Register, A. B. Bordeaux, N. A.
Parks, James A. Savage, R. F. Jar
man, B. F. Baker, J. B. Sholar,
William Bradshaw, Paul -Williams,
S. D. Jackson, A. E. Williams, Ben
W. Grady .David Wells, O. D.
Drew, Sr., Freely Smith, and M.
R. Bennett, Jr.
Increase Quota In
Chief D. W. Watson, Navy Re
cruiting Officer, announces that en
listment quota for this district has
been increased to 50 men per
month. A further increase of ap
proximately forty per cent Is ex
pected for the month of March.
He also stated that enlistment
qualifications have not been low
ered and that the Navy will contin
ue to enlist only men and women
of high mental and moral standards.
Young men between the ages of
17 and 31 and young ladies who are
high school graduates between the
age of 20 and 31 are eligible to
apply for enlistment Applications
may be made at any of the navy
" WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME
Billy Tyndall ;
Home of Mi Olive Burial Asm.
Phone 2265 - Mt OUve, N, C.
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Jurors Drawn For
The following named persons
IN MOUNT OLIVE
Phone 2I7-J or 230
' SASH, DOOBS, SHEET,
EOC ROCK LATH
ROCK WOOL, PLASTER,
L!1V:Z, CEMENT BRICK,
MORTAR, PAINTS, TE5
RA-COTTA PIPE, DRAIN
1ILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHINGLES, ALL KINDS
ROLL ROOFING J-V
ROOFTNJ,, BRICT -
c. u3ner ocn
N. C CONSOLIDATED HIDE CO.. INC.
Foot of Waynesborough Avenue
Former Weil's Brickyard
GOLDSBORO, N. C.
PHONE 1532 OR 2330 COLLECT
D7 CALLED IMMEDIATELY WE WILL
PICK UP DEAD CATTLE, MULES AND HOGS i
FREE OF CHARGE V - i
were drawn t6 serve as jurors dur
ing the Marcb term of Superior
FirstWeek - J. Quinn, Leslie
Stroud, M. B. Wall, W. F. Taylor,
W. E. Bartlett, Adell Cavenaugh,
J. E. Andrews, Sr., Ennle Brown.
Faison Smith, Fred Smith, T. W.
Brogden, J. O. Smith, Wm. F. Dail,
David J. Brock, Marvin Dail, Lew
is A. Westbrook, Barther L. Brown,
Leonard Grady, McCoy Kennedy,
William L. Miller, Lester Britt, M.
J. Hanchey ,G. O. Parker, W, T.
Knowles, H. J. Taylor, Benjamin
F. English, E. M. Murphy, Rupert
Jones, D. H. Carlton, J. E. Boney,
Lewis Henry' Smith, H. D. Korne
gay, Dryfus King, Eugent F. Best,
J. H. Brice, and L. L. Flowers.
Second Week Hez Davis, 3. R.
Register, R. J. Robinson, Marvin
Bradshaw, Herman H. Quinn, Paul
J. Fountain, Maury Savage, Johnnlo
Dixon, D. P. Moore, E. E. Maready,
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It is to Just such a aaaae of duty and respon-aibility-of
respect lot tha rights of others
of community oitiaenshlp that tha baa
industry is dedicated la North Carolina.
Boor-the beverage of temparano and
moderation baa a place in your oomnua-
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Tha industry la working diligently to da
serve that place la your eommunlty. It
fools that its vital sense of dtixenahip and
responsibility is evident in its policy of wil
ling cooperation with tha Malt Beverage
Division of tha North Carolina ABC Board
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